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Comic actress Amy Schumer meets fans at the Book Revue, The Bangles rock The Paramount, the two-day Billboard HOT 100 Music Festival hits Nikon at Jones Beach and so much more to see and do this week on Long Island!
The Goo Goo Dolls, Collective Soul, Blink-182 & Black Sabbath rock Nikon at Jones Beach Theatre, Bonnie Raitt and 98° serenade NYCB Theatre at Westbury, Nas busts out the rhymes at The Emporium, The Bogmen invade The Stephen Talkhouse, The Wailers groove at The Space at Westbury, a Peruvian Food Fest warms the bellies of all those in attendance at The Cradle of Aviation, and so many more things to see and do (and eat) on Long Island this week!
Sarah McLachlan serenades Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center, Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa play Nikon at Jones Beach Theater, David Cassidy performs at Suffolk Theater and so much more to see and do this week on Long Island!
Gwen Stefani & Eve and Josh Groban & Sarah McLachlan hit Nikon at Jones Beach Theater, the Gin Blossoms, Sugar Ray, Everclear, Sponge & Lit rock The Paramount, Stephanie Mills serenades NYCB Theatre at Westbury, David Bromberg Quintet jazzes up The Stephen Talkhouse, and John Coltrane Day grooves Heckscher Park, among so many more gigs and events across Long Island this week!
Counting Crows, the indie-rock band from San Franciso bay area, most notable for their hits, “Mr. Jones,” and, “Accidentally in Love,” are still going strong after 25 years. The Press spoke with Adam Duritz, the frontman of Counting Crows, in preparation for their upcoming performance at Nikon at Jones Beach Theatre on Sunday, July 31. In the 30-minute session, Duritz discussed his love of music radio, “making it” in the music scene, tiny cardigans, Van Gogh and the hipster agenda.
The July 4th Fireworks show at Jones Beach is back for another year—and organizers are urging Long Islanders to arrive early for the dazzling Independence Day celebration. The fireworks show begins at 9:30 p.m. but Independence Day revelers should plan to get to Jones Beach several hours earlier.
From punk to bluegrass, pop to classical, music festivals celebrating specific genres and local artists alike can be seen and heard across Long Island virtually every weekend this summer through Labor Day. Here are eight upcoming music festivals coming to LI this summer:
About two hours into the show, menacing clouds moved in over the open-air amphitheater and with almost no time to run for cover, lightning struck, thunder rumbled, and torrential rain poured down over the audience in the theater and those on the much-too-long lines for food. Then, the show went on.
Mary Chapin Carpenter serenades The Space at Westbury, Long Island Pridefest returns to Huntington, Johnny Mathis takes the stage at NYCB Theatre at Westbury, BLI Summer Jam gets Nikon at Jones Beach Theater dancing, Eternal Con invades The Cradle of Aviation and Silent Majority rocks Revolution Bar & Music Hall, plus so much more to do this week on Long Island!